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Sunlight Chambers


Sunlight Chambers in the Bigg Market, Newcastle, were built as offices in 1901-1902 by W. and S. Owen for Lever Bros.[1] The Modified Baroque style building is Grade II listed. Now includes a restaurant.

Bigg Market Grade II Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle 1902
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Sunlight Chambers, Bigg Market, Newcastle

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Sunlight Chambers

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Sunlight Chambers, 2-4 Bigg Market, NE1 (detail)

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Sunlight Chambers, 2-4 Bigg Market, NE1

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Detail of Sunlight Chambers, Bigg Market, Newcastle

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Sunlight Chambers, 2-4 Bigg Market, NE1 (detail)

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SUNLIGHT CHAMBERS - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Offices. 1901-2 by W and S Owen for Lever Bros. Modified Baroque style. Sandstone ashlar ground floor with mosaic frieze; painted rendered upper floors with ashlar dressings; roof of French ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(9018): Newcastle, Bigg Market, Nos. 2 to 4, Sunlight Chambers
- "Offices. 1901-2 by W and S Owen for Lever Bros. Modified Baroque style. Sandstone ashlar ground floor with mosaic frieze; painted rendered upper floors with ashlar dressings; roof of French ...

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List number: 1116510
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9018
Post code: NE1 1UW
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ2484764143

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